Balanced Reporting. Trusted Insights. Monday, June 05, 2023



Mexico makes its case against GM white corn

U.S. and Mexican officials met behind closed doors last week to discuss Mexico’s ban on tortilla makers using genetically modified white corn, even as Mexico tries to publicly justify its action with claims that the grain is a threat to the country.
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BLM prioritizes conservation in new rule

The Bureau of Land Management is proposing to give conservation uses of the land it manages “equal footing” with grazing, energy production, mining, and recreation, and to even allow companies to lease lands for environmental mitigation.
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U.S. and Japan flags

Japan agency agrees to widen access to US ethanol

The U.S. is going to be able to export a lot more ethanol to Japan if the country implements a new federal rule published by the country’s Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry, according to statements released Friday by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and U.S. lobbying groups. 

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